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Sounds good :D

Ive bought some of their songs before, and they seem to be all good.. i would definatly buy it =D

AMAZING BAND!!

Get in on this band! They were amazing live!

The Alps at their very (live) best

This is a great (small) set of live songs. My personal fave is Heavier than water from their forthcoming album love/hate. Its one of the best songs they've ever done and it sounds great live. Definitely worth a penny or two of anyone's money. Much better live in my opinion than many bands and they surprise and win over people at every gig they play.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Manchester, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Manchester, England's Nine Black Alps feature Sam Forrest (vocals/guitar), James Galley (drums/vocals), Martin Cohen (bass), and David Jones (guitar). The indie rock foursome came together in 2003, taking their name from a line in the Sylvia Plath poem "The Couriers." Two years later, Nine Black Alps inked a record deal with Island in the U.K. Their debut album, Everything Is, arrived that June. A U.S. record deal with Interscope and a self-titled EP followed in July. Tours with the Kaiser Chiefs,...
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iTunes Festival: London 2007 - EP, Nine Black Alps
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  • £4.74
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 23 July 2007

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